Easiest way to power clean a shower

In a departure from my normal posts I’ve got to share this, cause it is awesome.

I avoid cleaning the shower at all costs because it is such a workout, takes forever, and it’s the last thing I want to do on a weekend. I won’t go into details of how gross it used to be; it’s sparkling now. That’s what matters, right? I love power tools.

First get a power drill brush attachment like the Chemical Guys drill brush attachment. It’s under $10, and worth every penny.

If you don’t have a drill, I have the Porter Cable 20v Lithium with two batteries and love it. The batteries charge very quickly and there are two so you never have to stop what you’re doing to wait for your battery to charge. It’s handled everything I’ve used it for with ease.

I mix up a paste with baking powder, a little dish soap, and enough water to make it loose. Then spray down your walls and tub with water first, dip the brush in the paste, and start power scrubbing with ease. It’s still a bit of a workout, but it is far easier with faster results than doing it by hand, and you don’t have to use any harsh chemicals to get nice results.

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